Changeset 22744 in main


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Timestamp:
03/24/21 09:33:21 (3 weeks ago)
Author:
GarthBraithwaite_STG
Message:

nm content - added query/DataStewards.xml. fixed thoth. megamenu contrib and data steward link to button.

Location:
adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml
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3 edited

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  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/html_content/about/Background.xml

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    55<HTML_CONTENT xmlns:ibis="http://www.ibisph.org">
    66
    7         <ibis:doc>
    8                 <name>about/Background</name>
    9                 <summary>Background Page</summary>
    10                 <description>
    11                 </description>
    12 
    13                 <author>Garth Braithwaite</author>
    14                 <company>Utah Department of Health/Software Technology Group</company>
    15         </ibis:doc>
    16 
    17 
    187        <TITLE>NM-IBIS Background</TITLE>
    198
     9        <CONTENT>
     10                <style>
     11                        h1 {margin-top: 24px;}
     12                        h2 {margin-top: 32px;}
     13                        li {max-width: var(--max-text-width);}
     14                </style>
    2015
    21         <CONTENT>
    22         <br/><h2>Indicator-Based</h2>
     16                <h2>Indicator-Based</h2>
     17                <p>
    2318                NM-IBIS stands for New Mexico's Indicator-Based Information System for Public Health.
    2419                Outcome measures found in the NM-IBIS System are indicators of important public
    25                 health constructs. The New Mexico Department of Health regularly examines outcome
    26                 measures to: <br/>
     20                health constructs.
     21                </p>
     22               
     23                The New Mexico Department of Health regularly examines outcome
     24                measures to:
    2725                <ul>
    2826                        <li>Track and evaluate progress toward goals.</li>
     
    3028                        <li>Develop, focus, and streamline data collection and reporting capacity.</li>
    3129                        <li>Provide comprehensive information of New Mexico's health and health care system.</li>
    32                 </ul><br/>
     30                </ul>
     31
     32                <p>
    3333                The Department is working to standardize health status and health system indicators
    3434                across programs, and to publish those indicators.   
    35                 <br/><br/>
    36                
    37         <br/><h2>Public Health Assessment</h2>
     35                </p>
     36
     37                <h2>Public Health Assessment</h2>
    3838                In 1988, the Institute of Medicine proposed government had a three-pronged role in
    39                 public health: <br/>
     39                public health:
    4040                <ol>
    4141                        <li>to develop policy that supports the health of populations,</li>
    4242                        <li>to assure access to health care and the quality of that care, and </li>
    4343                        <li>to assess the health status of the population.</li>
    44                 </ol><br/>
     44                </ol>
    4545
     46                <p>
    4647                Public health assessment is the regular and systematic collection, assembly, analysis,
    4748                and  dissemination of information about the health of persons living in the State of
    4849                New Mexico and its communities. An understanding of the health status of a population is
    49                 necessary to plan, implement, and evaluate public health programs. <br/><br/>
    50                
     50                necessary to plan, implement, and evaluate public health programs.
     51                </p>
     52
     53                <p>
    5154                The U.S. Public Health Service responded to the need for accurate and timely public
    5255                health assessment by instituting the <a href="http://www.healthypeople.gov"> HealthyPeople2020
    5356                health objectives</a>. They recommend public health entities regularly
    54                 and systematically track population health against those objectives. <br/><br/>
     57                and systematically track population health against those objectives.
     58                </p>
    5559
    56         <br/><h2>New Mexico's Assessment Capacity</h2>
    57                 Over the past decade, the New Mexico Department of Health has substantially improved
    58                 its assessment capacity by: <br/>
     60                <h2>New Mexico's Assessment Capacity</h2>
     61                Over the past decade, the New Mexico Department of Health has substantially improved its <br/>
     62                assessment capacity by:
    5963                <ol>
    6064                        <li>establishing the Community Health Assessment Program to support and 
     
    6973                        </li>
    7074                </ol>
    71                 <br/>
    7275
    73 
    74         <br/><h2>Why an IBIS?</h2>
    75 
    76                 <img ibis:src="view/image/thoth.gif" align="left" valign="top" vspace="10"/>
     76                <h2>Why an IBIS?</h2>
     77                <img ibis:src="view/image/about/thoth.gif" style="display: block; float: left; padding-right:16px;"/>
     78                <p>
    7779                An ibis is the symbol for the ancient Egyptian god Thoth. He was often depicted
    7880                as an ibis-headed man holding a pen and a palette. He was the god of writing and
     
    8082                medicine (which were not distinct concepts in ancient Egypt). Thoth is also credited
    8183                with the invention of writing and numbers.<br/>
    82 
    83                 <br/>
    84                 <br/>
    85                 <ibis:include href="../../text/Suggestions.xml"/><br/><br/>
     84                </p>
    8685        </CONTENT>
    8786</HTML_CONTENT>
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/selections/navigation/IndicatorSelection.xml

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    171171                                                        </div>
    172172
    173                                                         <a ibis:href="indicator/Contributors.html">List of Indicator Report Contributors</a>
     173                                                        <a ibis:href="indicator/Contributors.html" class="Button">View a list of Indicator Report Contributors</a>
    174174                                                </div>
    175175                                        </CONTENT>
  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/selections/navigation/QuerySelection.xml

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    210210                                                        </div>
    211211
    212                                                         <a ibis:href="query/DataStewards.html">View a List of Data Stewards</a>
     212                                                        <a ibis:href="query/DataStewards.html" class="Button">View a List of Data Stewards</a>
    213213                                                </div>
    214214                                        </CONTENT>
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